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  1. Re: Lossless to Lossless Conversion - Do I need any DSP Effects or anything else set

    Thank You!
  2. Lossless to Lossless Conversion - Do I need any DSP Effects or anything else set

    I hope the answer is no. From reading thru the 'help' section it appears to do any lossless type conversions from different formats I should not have to really set any dsp effects.

    Specifically,...
  3. Re: Is A Standard Default "Output To" Setting Possible?

    Thank you, I will investigate my security profile further.
  4. Is A Standard Default "Output To" Setting Possible?

    Maybe this is a simple question, not sure and I tried researching on the website help area (to no avail) before I posted this so I apologize if the answer is contained. Is there a way to default...
  5. Re: Understanding when keeping/making a CUE file is necessary?

    Thanks guys, question. If I did burn the separate digital files back to a CDR would it still pass an accuraterip check without the cue file for reference when burning (i.e. for indexing?) I guess I...
  6. Understanding when keeping/making a CUE file is necessary?

    All,

    Relatively new so I was hoping for some help. I understand the need for a CUE file when splitting up say one FLAC/ALAC audio file to it's respective individual tracks. Makes sense.

    But...
  7. Re: accuraterip message: cannot check: track different length than cd original?

    Hmmmm, I wonder if it is possible then to get an accuraterip verified off a single FLAC to multiple track conversions. I have not seen after about 20 or so occurrences. Interesting.
  8. accuraterip message: cannot check: track different length than cd original?

    I tend to get this message when I verify a conversion from FLAC to ALAC that come from a single FLAC file and have to use a CUE splitter to split into the multiple files and then convert to ALAC.
    ...
  9. Re: FLAC to ALAC - 16 bit 44.1 khz to 16 bit 48khz Conversion - How Bad Did I Screw U

    Thanks again, have a nice weekend.
  10. Re: FLAC to ALAC - 16 bit 44.1 khz to 16 bit 48khz Conversion - How Bad Did I Screw U

    Sorry Garym one more quick question about re-converting. I should start with the fresh FLACS again and not try to reconvert the existing ALACs in iTunes back to 44.1 correct?
  11. Re: FLAC to ALAC - 16 bit 44.1 khz to 16 bit 48khz Conversion - How Bad Did I Screw U

    Thank you for your help. I really appreciate it.
  12. Re: FLAC to ALAC - 16 bit 44.1 khz to 16 bit 48khz Conversion - How Bad Did I Screw U

    Alas, I still like iTunes, so if I stay here I would have to still convert. Thanks for the confirmation on accuraterip.
  13. Re: FLAC to ALAC - 16 bit 44.1 khz to 16 bit 48khz Conversion - How Bad Did I Screw U

    Thanks. I am assuming on the re-rips, verifying them with accuraterip being successful, will be a good, strong test that everything is legit going forward then?
  14. Re: FLAC to ALAC - 16 bit 44.1 khz to 16 bit 48khz Conversion - How Bad Did I Screw U

    Fortunately I do have all the original flacs, I never deleted the original source.
  15. FLAC to ALAC - 16 bit 44.1 khz to 16 bit 48khz Conversion - How Bad Did I Screw Up?

    All,

    I am new to dBpoweramp but plan to start using the music converter and perfecttunes software soon for my music needs (recently been using mediahuman audio converter which I liked too).
    ...
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